++PLEASE NOTE: PICTURES AND SOUND ARE NOT FULLY SYNCHRONISED++
1. Pan from sunrise to St. Sophia Mosque
2. Dome of St. Sophia
3. Various of Blue Mosque
4. Various of tourists
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Menschick, Polish tourist:
"Nowadays terrorist attacks happen everyday, throughout the world. I think we got to count on our luck. About cancelling our trip; I wouldn't cancel it, it is just risky today, but nevertheless I feel safe here, I trust the security system, police and I hope nothing will happen."
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sviatoslav Voloshin, US tourist:
"Thought about (leaving) yesterday, we thought about all the different options, should we go, should we delay the trip, but we decided to go. Might not have another chance like this."
7. Various of tourists
8. Tourists walking with cameras outside at the Tourism Agency
9. Various of tourism agency
10. SOUNDBITE: (Turkish) Yasar Dogan, tour agent:
"There will be cancellations, there will be people not willing to come because a holiday is something that people like to enjoy, if there'll be threats against their life, sure they will stop coming."
Tourists in Turkey considered leaving the country on Tuesday after a series of explosions at the height of the tourist season targeted resorts on the Mediterranean coast on Sunday and Monday.
Monday's explosion in the centre of Antalya, one of Turkey's most popular Mediterranean resorts, killed three people and injured at least 20 others.
It came less than a day after bomb attacks struck Marmaris, another Mediterranean resort, and an Istanbul neighbourhood.
In the Marmaris attack on Sunday, a bomb placed on a minibus exploded injuring 10 British tourists and 11 Turks.
In Istanbul tourists displayed a mix of reactions.
"I wouldn't cancel, it is just risky today, but nevertheless I feel safe here, I trust the security system, police and I hope nothing will happen," Robert Menschick, a Polish tourist said.
"We thought about all the different options, should we go, should we delay the trip, but we decided to go. Might not have another chance like this," Sviatoslav Voloshin, a tourist from the United States said.
A militant Kurdish group that has threatened to target Turkey's vital tourism industry, claimed responsibility for the two bomb attacks on Sunday night and again warned tourists against coming to Turkey.
The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons, a small militant group believed to be an offshoot of the much larger Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, claimed responsibility for that blast and an earlier attack in Istanbul that injured six people on Sunday.
Kurdish militants have been fighting for autonomy in southeastern Turkey since 1984 and most PKK attacks have been limited to the largely Kurdish southeast.
The Falcons, however, have concentrated attacks on Turkey's western cities and tourism centres.